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. >> and -- 2013. >> right. >> and seeing ecthink its to l.a. and anaheim and north from chowchilla into gil roy and santa fe and san francisco. >> when this is done, i don't care error if i'm using a walker. i will get on and i might stop in chowchilla first. >> you may not be able to. >> that's right. >> and let's go to, in terms of -- it seems like. >> to go now. >> yes. >> and the president pledged a stimulus of 3.5 ms. >> for california. >> yeah, and we want to be selfish for a half an hour, $3.5 million. the question is, if this week's election doesn't re-elect this president, could anything be jeopardized or is it set in stone? >> it's setno in stone for the $3.4 million for the central valley portion. >> uh-huh. >> and beyond that, depends on the re-election of this president who has made high- speed rail his priority. >> what about mitt romney? has anyone from your group talked to mitt romney say if you're elected, do you plan to support our efforts? >> i don't want to be political. >> uh-huh. >> on your show. >> okay. >> but there has not been enthusiasm coming from the romney camp in
, and he was responsible for driving us to l.a. and he made us lie down in the backseat and he wouldn't let us sit up. he said we could still get pulled over by border patrol. e spent the whole car ride basically loying down. and he wasn't until we got in santa anna he said you can get up now. and so that, you know, just just seeing the things outside the window was amazing. like, i remember, all the palm trees. in my hometown we didn't have palm trees and just the streets that never seem to end and the buildings that seem to reach the sky, and it was just amazing. it was just really amazing. >> where did you live in l.a. when you first got here? >> when i first got l.a., i lived in high land park in northeast los angeles. it was predominantly latino community. >> mostly illegal? >> i think it was a combination, yeah. there were a lot of immigrant families, but, you know, that were also the legal and illegal families. >> how did the legals view the illegals? >> i'm not too sure about that because as a child, i don't think i was too aware of that kind of response from the adults, but what i
was responsible for driving us to l.a. and he made us lie down in the back seat and he wouldn't let us sit up because he said we could still get pulled over by border patrol. so my siblings and i spent the whole car ride basically laying down, and it wasn't until we got like instead and when he said okay, you can get up now. and so, you know, just seeing all those things outside the window was so amazing, like i remember like on the palm trees. nmi hometown but it no palm trees. just the streets that never and and the buildings that seem to reach the sky. it was just amazing. it was really amazing. >> where did you live in l.a. when you first got your? >> which i first got to l.a. i lived in highland park which is in northeast los angeles. and it was predominantly latino community. >> mostly illegal? >> i think it was a combination. yeah, there were a lot of immigrant families but, you know, there were also the legal and illegal families. >> how did the legals view the illegals? >> i'm not too sure about that, because as a child i don't think i was too aware of that kind of response from the
union workers are expected to protest at l.a.x., l.a.'s airport, tomorrow, on one of the busiest travel days of the year. several protests are underway at oakland airport, again, california. my next guest is not ruling out major disruptions. he is the director of the siu's southern california airport division, and he joins me by phone. i want to quote you from an interview on knx radio. you said it is entirely possible that we will be significant travel delays. they are deliberately hurting average americans. you are deliberately inflicting maximum pain at a peak travel time. are you comfortable with doing that? >> this is really about the workers at l.a.x. who have had their families' health care ripped a -- away. it has been brewing for more than a year and we attempted many, many avenues to negotiate. and most recently the mayor's office broke off negotiations. we will attempt to -- >> andrew, would you consider halting this protest next week when you won't hurt so many people. so many people? >> the part of the protest is that this is a week when americans are supposed to come toget
day, along with walmart and sears. >>> "the l.a. times" reports that prescription overdoses outnumber deaths caused by heroin and cocaine combined. three out of four prescription overdoses are caused by narcotic-paced painkillers and lead to over 15,000 deaths each year. drugs are among the most commonly prescribed drugs in the united states, with 300 million prescriptions a year. >>> a massive explosion rocks an indianapolis neighborhood. and a tell-tale sign that the holidays are upon us. >>> plus, your nfl highlights are straight ahead. you're watching "first look." i look at her, and i just want to give her everything. yeah, you -- you know, everything can cost upwards of...[ whistles ] i did not want to think about that. relax, relax, relax. look at me, look at me. three words, dad -- e-trade financial consultants. so i can just go talk to 'em? just walk right in and talk to 'em. dude, those guys are pros. they'll hook you up with a solid plan. they'll -- wa-- wa-- wait a minute. bobby? bobby! what are you doing, man? i'm speed dating! [ male announcer ] get investing advice for
cool conditions in the southwest. look at vegas, high only 58. sunny and nice. not bad l.a., san diego and phoenix. just in the northwest the storm system moving through and out during the day today. press cot, arizona, a cool 56, but at least you're sunny and dry. >>> it is cold in alaska. i'll show you how cold coming up a little later. it's winter. >> i said sunshine, bill. >> it may be sunny, but it's freezing. >>> a british woman is divorcing her husband for refusing to recreate scenes from "fifty shades of gray." prescription drugs doing more damage than heroin and cocaine combined. >>> jesse jackson junior may be negotiating a plea deal that could end his career in congress and might even include jail time. you're watching "early today." >>> good morning. here are some of the top stories we're watching this morning. president obama marked veterans day with a traditional wreath laying at the tomb of the unknowns at arlington national cemetery. during his remarks, he noted it's the first anniversary in a decade without troops serving in iraq. >>> high tide in venice has reached it
, have been taken to local hospitals in los angeles. witnesses telling the l.a. times this morning that the shooting happened at a party in the center of campus at the tudor campus center which seems to be a student union on campus. the witness is telling the "l.a. times" that there was a party celebrating halloween. it was max capacity inside. at least 100 people inside and outside. gunmen came up and just started shooting and at least they believe four students were shot. looking at the reports, we're hearing one of those students may be in critical condition, but we're trying to get more and more information. a lot of stuff coming out on social media now. keeping in touch with the "l.a. times." >> thanks a lot. weps we want to get back to the race for the white house. >> president obama, mitt romney both canceled events following hurricane sandy, but both in for very busy days ahead today. john gonzales to explain how they are making up for the lost time. >> with the race still at a dead heat it resumes today after taking a break for hurricane
of the pond, british soccer star david beckham is leaving the l.a. galaxy. tonight, he reflects on his family, his career and what's next. >> announcer: from the global resources of abc news, with terry moran, cynthia mcfadden and bill weir in new york city, this is "nightline," november 29th, 2012. >> good evening, i'm terry moran. well, tonight, an important investigation raising controversial questions about how far is too far when it comes to physical discipline and control in schools? for most kids, the worst they've got to fear from unruly behavior in class is a trip to the principal's office. but in some schools, students are receiving far more severe treatment, like being locked in windowless cells or stuffed into bags. now, some of the footage you're about to see is not easy to watch. here's abc's brian ross with a "nightline" investigates. >> reporter: this surveillance video shows a high school student by the name on andre mccollins, in the lower right of the screen, about to go through what his school calls skin shock therapy for misbehavior. about 60 volts of therapy. there are n
in chicago 57 degrees. clouds and windy in dallas 72. and a chance of showers in l.a. 65 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. much of the east and south will be mostly sunny and please. midwest sunny and dry with temperatures near 60. in the 70s across kansas and oklahoma. blizzard conditions though are expected for north dakota and montana. >>> cbs moneywatch time now on a friday. a positive sign for the job market and amazon gets into the business of fine wine. ashley morrison here in new york with more. >> reporter: a weekly jobless claims climbed slightly suggesting a slight improvement. the number of first time filers fell by 8,000 last week to a seasonably adjusted 355,000. but it caused that the number may have been skewed by the hurricane. a soon to be released report says securities and exchange commission left some of its computers vulnerable to cyber attacks. the report said the s.e.c. failed to encrypt some of the computers that contain highly sensitive information for stock exchanges. there's no evidence that the information was compromised. samsung has taken a bi
threatened to stab other people. he did not. now here in l.a., an exciting crowd of shoppers broke a glass door at urban outfitters in santa monica. a little bit of high-end rioting there. >> that place is so hipster. they already have windows that look like they're broken anyway. >> stephanie: that's why it is in the isn't it ironic file. eager shoppers surged in breaking the 12 foot tall door and injuring five people. the store which the "l.a. times" pointed out ironically features broken glass motifs as part of the decor. they had to treat injuries. there you are. there is your black friday stories. [ applause ] >> not a bad plan. putting up seemingly broken glass. >> stephanie: seems like you're asking for it. >> that's what you wanted. >> stephanie: planting a subliminal message. i would try to get it so quickly. it looks like the motif. >> wow. there is no reason for any of that. >> on the other hand, there is a big boost to the economy because of black friday. >> there you go. >> except for the stuff
. warriors' brandon rush out for the season with a torn acl. undermanned but not overwhelmed in l.a. andrew bynum in dress -- andrew both -- both gut not in dress. curry, three of his 2, played a team high 43 minutes, blake griffin, dribbling optional. no call. game tied. carl landry, huge off the bench. dropped 23, including that acrobatic layup and one, clippers rally late. chris paul from downtown, got it. one-point game. he had 27. then former warrior crawford, corner, three of his 27. tied at 105. more from steph. ankle looks happy and he looks confident. warriors lead again. then chris paul driving, curry steps up and attacks the -- takes the charge, warriors gut out the win, handing the clippers their first lost. >> a's news, bar -- bartolo colon will be back, he was 10-9 last season but in august suspended 50 games after testing positive for excessive amounts of testosterone. >> still to come, talking local college football. san jose state and stanford both on the road, both aiming for seven-win starts to alright let's break it down. mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inc
acl. undermanned but not overwhelmed in l.a. andrew bynum in dress -- andrew both -- both gut not in dress. curry, three of his 2, played a team high 43 minutes, blake griffin, dribbling optional. no call. game tied. carl landry, huge off the bench. dropped 23, including that acrobatic layup and one, clippers rally late. chris paul from downtown, got it. one-point game. he had 27. then former warrior crawford, corner, three of his 27. tied at 105. more from steph. ankle looks happy and he looks confident. warriors lead again. then chris paul driving, curry steps up and attacks the -- takes the charge, warriors gut out the win, handing the clippers their first lost. >> a's news, bar -- bartolo colon will be back, he was 10-9 last season but in august suspended 50 games after testing positive for excessive amounts of testosterone. >> still to come, talking local college football. san jose state and stanford both on the road, both aiming for seven-win starts to >> welcome back, a huge wind for stanford today in colorado. that was expected. what we didn't expect is the role of qua
and the l.a. galaxy knocked him off. hostility at buck shaw stadium. the quakes with an elbow to the head. where is the defense here? he strolls in for l.a. nobody picks him up. it would have tied it up. it waits on bush and scores. how about the cart wheel into the forward role and guns blazing. l.a. would go up 3-0 at the half. alan gordon and shoots and scores. one more goal and the quakes could advance. he shot it high from point blank range. he does not want to get up after that. so the season is over because the l.a. galaxy advance 3-2 on the aggregate scoring system. that's about the worst way ever to decide a playoff series. it is over. the warriors admit they lacked energy and intensity in a loss to sacramento. they came out with purpose and curry was on fire tonight against cleavland. world series hero and sandoval at courtside. neighbors with curry i hear. he didn't score, but he had five assists. irving, remember the number one pick in the draft was wheeling and dealing. he had 28. curry answering. he had 15 in the first quarter and finished with 21. thompson early foul troubl
donovan and beckham and the l.a. galaxy knocked him off. hostility at buck shaw stadium. the quakes with an elbow to the head. where is the defense here? he strolls in for l.a. nobody picks him up. it would have tied it up. it waits on bush and scores. how about the cart wheel into the forward role and guns blazing. l.a. would go up 3-0 at the half. alan gordon and shoots and scores. one more goal and the quakes could advance. he shot it high from point blank range. he does not want to get up after that. so the season is over because the l.a. galaxy advance 3-2 on the aggregate scoring system. that's about the worst way ever to decide a playoff series. it is over. the warriors admit they lacked energy and intensity in a loss to sacramento. they came out with purpose and curry was on fire tonight against cleavland. world series hero and sandoval at courtside. neighbors with curry i hear. he didn't score, but he had five assists. irving, remember the number one pick in the draft was wheeling and dealing. he had 28. curry answering. he had 15 in the first quarter and finished with 21.
is here now. >> two brands of football. the earthquakes are traveling to l.a. starting a two-game series. and the galaxy had their chances to be the best in the >>> the nls -- the mls kicked off. it is a two-leg match up. the team with the most total points advance tots western con vens finals. they came from behind twice. the game was score less for most of the contest. the best chance was in the second half. it was knocked away by saunders. a good play by saunders. l.a. with their best chance. a great pass by the former earthquake landon donovan. he missed it by that much. check it out. second half and he doesn't miss this free kick from 40 yards out. underneath to be exact. san jose with their fifth victory. 1-0 the final. the second leg is wednesday at buck shaw stadium. the raiders needed rally rags. they erased an 18-point deficit. the bucks -- bucs had a sec hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ...and now... you! [ giggles ] ♪ the one and only,
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ultimately burden society. as europe attempts to run from stupid ideas we run toward them. l.a. city council adopted a resolution for meatless monday. around most of the awful brutal world they have meatless weeks and months. they would be happier with please don't let me starve mondays. still, busy body say it will help folks heat healthier. the real reason for this, state of california ask can no longer afford meat. they'll add food stamp tuesday, wednesday, thursday, friday. politicians don't care. they just care about remaking society through intrusion. how hilarious that the left accuses the right invading the bedrooms as they climb on your plate. call for a been a on meats in california to fight obesity. ignore demand and forcing a pricier inevitable alternative. the poor stomach that. this is solyndra for your belly, which is why i feel like throwing up. meatless monday, good idea, bat idea? good/bad? >> juan: let me ask you a question. >> greg: sure. >> juan: you used to smoke. >> greg: i smoke periodically when i'm nervous. >> juan: is it a good idea to raise taxes on cigarettes to
? you both have very, very careers. >> and are you bi-city, too, back and forth between chicago and l.a.? >> we have businesses, a restaurant in chicago, we have businesses in chicago, so we do go back and forth. and it's tough. we have really put the brakes on a lot of things the last three months. >> you have to, make choice. >> what life is about, make sacrifices. >> probably some more big changes. >> what's that supposed to mean? >> dunn dunn dunn. >> breaking news. is this an exclusive? >> breaking news. >> well, listen, we have realized that we are so lucky to have this baby, so blessed. we didn't know if we would have ever him at one point. >> a big question mark there. >> struggled so long with infertility and the breast cancer that wasn't fun. >> but that's been over a year now? >> just over a year. i'm doing great. i'm doing great. so now that we have him to, you know, go off to work or do certain things and leave him, what am i doing? >> why did i think this was fun at one point in life. >> we want to be with the baby. >> no one can raise your kid better than you can. just si
the streets in l.a. i think this scared the crap out of people. he ran into a gas station. the way they got the camel to return to the circus, kind of hilarious. kind of obvious, too. we'll tell you about that coming up. >> who knew that a camel was so fast, too? running down that street. >>> also, happy saturday on that long holiday weekend. and with all that eating going on, there's a timely, new survey that says americans have added pounds to what we consider our ideal weight. what does this mean for our obesity epidemic? and how can you navigate the holidays without overdoing it? big questions there. dr. jennifer ashton is here with practical tips. >>> and he portrayed, arguably, the best villain in tv history. larry hagman died at the age of 81. he was also in "i dream of jeannie." he died in the city in texas who made him famous. the iconic character that viewers loved to hate, once had the nation in a frenzy asking, who shot j.r. i remember when everybody was talking about that. >> everyone in the country was watching that show. >>> first, abc's alex perez is in for ron claiborne, ha
-- there is a sense of community there. i guess it is similar to all small towns. i grew up in l.a., so i don't have the background to know what is like to grow up in a small town like that, but there's a trust there. when there's someone who is beloved like bernie, everybody wants to give him the benefit of the doubt. the movie is very much about how a town can turn a blind eye to certain things if they love a certain person. they will really rally behind him. they really did. in a way, they did not want to believe that he was capable of such a thing, but even if he had done its, they wanted him to get away with it, and they wanted him back in the community because he was such a good person in every other way. he helped everyone out financially, and also just taking care to help the families of the deceased, because he is a mortician. after he would give people these beautiful. , he would go and follow up with the families to make sure they were ok, and you felt that love from the community around the time of the trial. they all rallied around him and devastated when he was convicted. tavis: i wond
. he broke the record with 433 and colts win it 23-20. and galaxy in l.a. they meet again in the bay area, team with the total points wins the series. quakes have had to come up twice but scoreless. here off the kick not delayed by josh sanders. l.a. with their best chance. great drop pass by former earthquake landy donovan. off the crossbar. second half. bernardo, 33 yards out squeezes pass suand ers. underneath them. san jose with the fifth victory, 1-0 the final. >>> nascar, lone star state, three races remain, five laps to go. jimmie johnson and brad were top. johnson takes the lead doesn't look back, takes the checkered flag, he is the overall leader by 7 with just 2 races remaining. >> and senior pga tour, first player to win season points title. scottsdale, arizona, lehman had a lead going in. horrible location. he would make birdie. then two putts on 18. he breaks the tournament record. 440 grand for the win. not a bad day. >>> and more from the raiders locker room coming up on abc at 11:00. >> tough ke competition. >>> coming up tonight at 11:00, travel for free, "7 on your
to dollars, l.a. attorney molly monger is the biggest loser. she spent $44.1 million of her own money on proposition 38, a tax measure for schools, it failed. her brother, stanford physicist spent also to support the unsuccessful proposition 32, which would have restricted union money in politics. >> it's common for wealthy individuals to spend a lot of money to influence initiatives. >> reporter: daniel newman is co-founder which tracks political spending. >> we've seen four individuals that have donated more than $15 million. >> reporter: insurance executive george joseph spent $16.9 million on proposition 33, a failed effort to change insurance laws. but there were two winners as well. former facebook executive chris kelly spent $2.4 million on proposition 35, that increased penalties for human trafficking and investment manager steyer invested on prop 39 which changes the way corporations will pay california tax. >> graham alexander couldn't care less who won the election because he's one, as in one day old. his mom, shay, made sure to deliver her ballot before delivering him. the
. this family just flew from l.a.. >> big crowds. >> reporter: was your flight delayed? >> no. >> reporter: the lack of delays allowed people to focus on the purpose of their trip. heading to grand rapids michigan. >> my daughter, her husband and four children live in california danville and they are going to be meeting us there so we've got a big party. >> reporter: seattle resident carmen on her way to sacramento. >> i'm thankful to be with my husband, family and friends one of my favorite holidays. >> reporter: what is thanksgiving dinner going to be like at your house? >> i don't know, we didn't have it. [ laughing ] >> reporter: well they haven't had it yet so i guess he made a good point this day used to be the busiest travel day of the year now it is third place in thanksgiving travel behind last friday and the biggest travel day of the thanksgiving week this coming sunday when everybody comes home. terry mcsweeney, abc7 news. >>> oakland man has died after falling to his death. next, what authorities say he was doing before the accident. >>> new information just into the newsroom a
westbrook had a fading jumper over chris paul. oklahoma city beat l.a. 117-111. >>> fourth ranked michigan made a second half come back at the nit semifinals. wolverines beat pittsburgh skaech-62, to advance for the championship game. a big nfl thanksgiving triple header today, come on, men, you know you're excited, starts with texans at the lions at 12:30 and redskins at downs at 425 and primetime matchup has the "new york times" jets at 8:20 on nbc. >>> your entertainment is straight ahead. on this thanksgiving, actor william shatner gets autotuned in this deep fried turkey from state farm. it's a little bizarre. take a listen. ♪ ♪ i want a deep fried turkey, a moister taking turkey ♪ ♪ blinded by my hung er i ignord safety ♪ ♪ spatula tasted science you're not flame you're not flame ♪ ♪ what have i done no look at this that is so stupid ♪ ♪ protect yourself and your family and me safe from turkey fryer fires ♪ mom? who's mom? i'm the giants mascot. the giants don't have a mascot! ohhh! eat up! new jammin jerk chicken soup has tasty pieces of chicken with rice and b
line for hours to get one of those sale tv. then there was this group of ladies from l.a. >> we have a book we have a razor, alcohol we have common day things want to be part of the festivities. >>reporter: you wait entered line how long? >> actually pretty quick. not a bad line. came from the marriott thanks giving dinner. peeled in the line a little yelled out back to the line came in very festive. >>reporter: some people didn't even wait for the big sales. they were out early this afternoon buying things like shoes. going to stores like banana republic. over all a lot of people shopping today sale or no sale and i love the ladies i met at target. up from l.a. for the auto show and get this. they didn't even buy anything that was on sale. but yet they said they had a great time n.san francisco, abc 7 news. >> probably see them head nag macy momentarily gentleman shoppers at wall mutt tonight found super deal and protest from wal-mart holiday workers ignoring mornings they could face consequence if they walk off the job or protest. employee handed out leaflet and signs of c
line for hours to get one of those sale tv. then there was this group of ladies from l.a. >>>> we have a book we have a razor, alcohol we have common day things want to be part of e e festivities. >>reporter: you wait entered line how long? >> actually pretty quick. not a bad line. came from the marriott thas s giving dinner. peeled in the line a little yelled out back to the line came in very festive. >>reporter: some peopleiidn't even wait for the big leles. they were out early this afternoon buying things like shoes. gointoto stores like banana republic. over all a lot of people shopping today sale or no sale and i love the ladies i met at target. up from l.a. for the auto show and get this. they didn't even buy anything that was on sale. but yet they said theyadad a great time n.san franccoco, abc 7 news. >> probably see them head na macy momentarily gentleman shoppers at wall mutt tonight found super deal androrotest from wal-mart holiday workers ignoring mornings they could face consequence if they wal off the job or p protest. employee handed out afaflet and signs of co
leader, the reverend j edward boyd with hunter who came from l.a. a google search says he comes with baggage. the financial issues and sexual harassment. >> he made mistakes, fine. you know, say you made mistakes but people wanted questions resolved before he took over leadership of our church. >> reporter: the l.a. times says he used the church's credit cards for $100,000. >> and he owes back taxes. >> i don't think with his past history he should be preaching at all. >> reporter: things got a little ugly here last month when the pastor showed up for his first day at the church, cloaked in his white robe and carrying a bible and some parishioners confronted him outside. >> basically told him you need papers. he did not have the papers. >> reporter: the commissioner say reporter for the san francisco post. >> there was a brief altercation. i don't know, shoving or hollering. >> reporter: the church says the issue is under congratulations. the reverend hunter has been back once since being kicked out. >> you know, what if he stays will it be awkward around here? >> definitely
by the bishop who swapped to the church's former leader with hunter who came from l.a. a quick google search reveals hunter might come with baggage, accusations of financial issues and sexual harassments. >> now, you make some mistakes, fine, say you made some mistakes but some people wanted questions resolved before he took over leadership of our church. >> reporter: the l.a. times says hunter used the churchy's credit cards for $100,000 in personal expenses and owed the irs $300,000 in back taxes. >> i don't think that, you know, withs his past history that he should be preaching at all. >> reporter: things got ugly here last month when the pastor showed up for his first day at the church. cloaked in his white robe and carrying a bible and parishioners confronted him outside. >> basically told him to present his papers. you have to have papers to take over the church. he did not have his papers. >> reporter: this parishioner is also a reporter for the san francisco post. >> like a brief altercation. i don't know shoving, might have been hollering. >> reporter: the issue is under consid
of combinations is given by this form l.a. >> reporter: the solution is downright painful. >> to get the total probability we simply multiply these numbers together and get a total probability of about 175 million. >> reporter: professor, with so many people playing this time around, does that hurt my odds? >> your odds are the same no matter how many people play. you just have a higher chance of having to split the jackpot. >> reporter: is it better to choose my own number or let the computer pick them. >>? every number has exactly the same likelihood of winning so it doesn't matter. >> reporter: you might wonder, how did the jackpot get this big? because there have been so many losers. no winners in an unbelievable 16 drawings in a row. this time, so many people are buying tickets, powerball big wigs just raised the jackpot yet again today. to a cool, clean half a billion dollars. yes, $500 million. for the record, if you take cash value option, you get a not so clean but still very cool $327 million. now is probably a good time to review those odds again. experts put the chance of winning a
in the sky. >> very cool. >>> well, travel in style for just $1. the new way to get from the bay area to l.a. and beyond. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,, ,, a new report in the british >>> some runners may be running themselves into an early grave. a new report in the british journal "heart" studied more than 50,000 people over three decades. the finding suggests that running may be bad for your health if you do it too fast, too far and for too many years. among long-time runners, the study found no mortality benefit to running more than 20 to 25 miles a week. >> don't wanna run? well, how about ride? soon you'll be able to get from san francisco to los angeles for less than the price of a pack of gum. a new express bus service is rolling into the bay area. it's called megabus. all tickets will be a buck at first. otherwise, most seats range from $5 to $9. the double-decker buses will run to and from san francisco, oakland, san jose, sacramento, l.a., and reno. >> it's about us trying to make bus travel sexy again. >> we can't all be flying first class. >> service starts december 12. >>> would you vot
of five grnds for divorce in the united kingdom. >>> the "l.a. times" reports that prescription drug overdoses now outnumber deaths caused by heroin and cocaine combined. according to the cdc, nearly three out of four prescription overdoses are caused by narcotic based painkillers, and led to over 15,000 deaths each year. drugs such as oxycontin are among the most commonly prescribed drugs in the united states with 300 million prescriptions a year. >>> with that fiscal cliff hanging over wall street and main street, some investors are worried last week's post-election selloff could gather steam. after its worst weekly percentage drop since june, the s&p is now less than four points from correction territory. this week, we'll get new numbers on retail sales for october and two key inflation reports. overseas this morning, news that japan's economy saw its first contraction this year, new fears its economy may be headed for a recession. good news out of greece where lawmakers approved a new austerity budget, a key step in keeping the country out of bankruptcy. elsewhere, apple and htc
>>> journell was without forward at yo forward. he is expected to return monday against u.c.l.a. hoyas fell behind 4-0 early and then flipped the switch, going on a 17-0 run. greg wittington with the strip. then the return pass. he slams his bucket home. the 6'2" sophomore to nick lubic for the jam. he had 13 points. hoyas cruising at the break. hoyas on the rebound and they take off running. jarrel troutwig with the lane. georgetown holds on to defeat liberty, 68-69. next up, u.c.l.a. on monteau >>> ten days since the redskins last played a football game. their record has not changed but their optimism certainly has. the redskins' new found hope in the postseason, coming up. when she's on the go. even when she's not going anywhere. citibank for ipad. easier banking. standard at citibank. helps him deposit his checks. jay also like it when mother nature helps him wash his car. mother nature's cool like that. mobile check deposit. easier banking. standard at citibank. >>> d'angelo hall's spat with the official cost the corner back $30,000. from toe to toe, pierre gargon is feeling betterment
, the townspeople -- there is a sense of community there. i guess it is similar to all small towns. i grew up in l.a., so i don't have the background to know what is like to grow up in a small town like that, but there's a trust there. when there's someone who is beloved like bernie, everybody wants to give him the benefit of the doubt. the movie is very much about how a town can turn a blind eye to certain things if they love a certain person. they will really rally behind him. they really did. in a way, they did not want to believe that he was capable of such a thing, but even if he had done its, they wanted him to get away with it, and they wanted him back in the community because he was such a good person in every other way. he helped everyone out financially, and also just taking care to help the families of the deceased, because he is a mortician. after he would give people these beautiful. , he would go and follow up with the families to make sure they were ok, and you felt that love from the community around the time of the trial. they all rallied around him and devastated when he was convic
leading from the opening tip in l.a., but could they hold off the clippers? we've got the highlights coming up in sp "and what's your name?" "oh, it's flo." "and what do you do?" "oh, i sell insurance like no one else." "oh, that's nice." "thank you." now, that's progressive. call or click today. >> so we turn the clock back this morning. it's not 7:19, it's 6:19 and i'm here with our meteorologist lisa argen talking about kind of an unusual weather this week. >> very much so. in fact, we are looking at six to ten degrees above average today. 15 to 20 degrees above average tomorrow through election day. and then we will go the other direction. a live look outside right now from our roof camera. boy, is this gorgeous. 6:399 sun comes up, setting at 5:07. average highs in san francisco and oakland should be in the mid-60s. we will be at least ten degrees above that. in oakland today, go raiders this afternoon. we are looking a the a beautiful day at the coliseum. live doppler 7hd. we are clear. we have some fog with the dewpoint and temperatures spread almost the same, up toward santa
, but the voerlts in l.a. decided that porn actors who don't use condoms while on the job create an unsafe work environment sxrshgs from now on they got to wear them. the trouble is that's apparently bad for business. porn does not sell so well when the actors, how shall i say, put up a wall, and now that industry that brings 10,000 jobs to l.a. county and generates millions in tax revenue says that it may be looking for another state in which to set up shop. the l.a. times has been covering this story for years, and i'm joined by ron lynn who is one of their reporters who has been on this story. while this is fun to report on, it's also extraordinarily serious for the economy of this community and are they serious when they say change this or we're out? >> that's what they say. they say that they will not -- if l.a. county doesn't enforce this rule, they wi-- does enfor they will leave the county and perhaps the state. >> is that something that will cripple the county and have a huge impact on the state, or will they be able to recover somehow? >> you know, it's hard to say. the industry has s
another man to pull a gun. police departments handed out shopping safety tips in malls. >> in l.a., we've had a stronger presence. so, people can be out there and enjoy the day. >> reporter: many shoppers got just what they came for and had fun doing it. >> it's been crazy. the deals are great. the lines are long. but it's definitely worth being out here. >> it's fun to me to come out with everybody and just grab things that you can't really afford. i have fun doing it. >> reporter: it looks like consumers are willing to spend more this year. 17% of shoppers spent more than $700. up from just 10% of shoppers last year. and nearly 67% of shoppers went out early for those thanksgiving night deals, instead of waiting until black friday. the national retail federation is predicting a booming holiday. $586 billion in sales, up 4% from last year. now, retailers haven't released their official black friday profits just yet. but the good news for shoppers, if you haven't been out to the stores, many of the deals will last the entire weekend. check out the deals we found at this kmart. these it
in dallas, 73. partly sunny in l.a., 67 degrees. >>> let's check your national forecast. out west, heavy rain begins falling this evening in northern california and moves up the coast, bringing as much as 5 inches over the next few days. snow in higher elevations could top one foot in the south. expect high wind and rain from the carolinas to florida. the southwest and northeast remain dry. >>> in sports this morning, another bruising chapter in one of the nfl's fiercest rivalries. the ravens visiting the steelers in pittsburgh. in the first, byron leftwich rumbles 31 yards to the end zone. pittsburgh up 7-0. second quarter, jones takes a punt back 63 yards for the score. that's the ravens only touchdown of the game but it was enough to give baltimore a 13-10 win. >>> a classic comeback. carolina for the tampa bay buccaneers. the bucs trailing by eight points in the last minute. josh freeman threads the needle to vince jackson for the touchdown. tampa bay needing the two-point conversion for the tie. it's jackson again. grabbing the pass in the end zone. so we go to overtime. the bucs st
students choose for example, n.y.u. or columbia as opposed to u.s.c. or u.c.l.a. precisely because there is the illusion of a greater freedom in other words, of personal style as opposed to merely hollywood style. u.c.l.a. and u.s.c., as film schools feed more directly into the hollywood pipeline and a lot of our students want to make the kinds of film, frankly that you people here at this panel make. they're more inspired, i think by jim jarmusch or martin scorsese or jane campion than they are by, well... you know, george lucas or steven spielberg. schrader: my theory is that the reason orson welles scared hollywood to death is because he inserted his personality in the most... elephantine, multi-talented way into cinema and it was just terrifying to see that much personality. the directors who had a style worked in certain channels-- the hitchcock style, the sturges style the ford style, the lubitsch style. there was a way they did it but they were working in the corporate conglomerate way. uh, orson welles was saying, "screw all of this. i'm going to reinvent movies." and, well
at the l.a. auto show. >>> and you're going to need big bucks at starbucks. the $7 cup of coffee is here. >>> and we can't get enough of powerball. what we're learning about the winning tickets. and a little advice for next time. >>> and welcome back, everyone. three former bp workers are free this morning after being arraigned on manslaughter charger, stemming from the deepwater horizon oil rig explosion. they pleaded not guilty yesterday in new orleans and were released on bond. the men are accused of disregarding high pressure readings just before the blast that killed 11 workers in april of 2010. >>> and there is encouraging news in the fed's latest snapshot of the economy. the report known as the beige book, shows steady economic growth in recent weeks, led by consumer spending and home sales, as well. the economy expanded in 9 of the 12 fed regions. but new york, philadelphia and boston saw a slowdown largely because of hurricane sandy. no surprise there. >>> and there's no slowdown in what americans are spending on gas, though. drivers are on pace to spend a record amount at the p
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